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SLIDE SHOW: Vermont's Route 100

SLIDE SHOW: Vermont’s Route 100
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by in Sep 2009

Vermont’s Route 100 may be the best foliage viewing in all of New England. Also known as “Skiers’ Highway,” it connects major ski spots — Snow, Okemo, Killington, Sugarbush, Stowe, Jay — on its south-to-north route along the edge of the Green Mountains. Here are some reasons to see it in autumn. Photos by Kindra Clineff.

Read more: Scenic Drive: Vermont’s Route 100

For more of Kindra Clineff’s work: kindraclineff.com

 


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